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We try to keep the information listed below current but remember these may change over time.

Local Emergency Numbers
When faced with an emergency, it is advisable to always call 911. However, there may be times, especially when calling from a cell phone, where it is important to know the number of the local police department.

Belvedere Police Department

Fairfax Police Department

Mill Valley Police Department

Novato Police Department

Ross Police Department

San Anselmo Police Department

San Rafael Police Department

Sausalito Police Department

Tiburon Police Department

Twin Cities Police Department
Marin Sheriff Department

Calling 911
When calling 911 from a cellphone, the first piece of information 911 operators ask for from a cellphone caller is their location. They may not know. And if the call gets dropped, they may never know if you don't tell them.

Sign Up for Marin Alert
It’s a good idea to register for one or more of Marin’s emergency alert systems. These systems provide automated alerts on local or county-wide emergency situations by phone or text to the numbers you provide.

The information provided is specific to the geographic area in which the emergency is occurring. Information on how to register is on the Marin County Sheriff website.  

PG&E Safety
Discover ways to stay safe with gas and electricity on PG&E's website.

Nixle offers free and paid notification services for local police departments, county emergency management offices, municipal governments, and their agencies within the United States. Sign up with or download the app.

Be Prepared!
Grab and Go bags, and Emergency Preparedness Kits are also a good idea. Checklist for items to include in your Emergency Kit, plus additional information at Ready Marin.



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